Capitol City Bird Society

PO Box 41221

Sacramento, CA 95841

Upcoming Events 

General info and announcements about CCBS activities  and other avian events.

Classified ads

NEW: A Male Eclectus for sale!  Click on the link to see what's currently available on our classified ads page.

New Location for

Monthly Meetings

Sac County Sewer District aka

Old SMUD Building

5026 Don Julio Blvd.

New Start Time -- 7 p.m.

Near the intersection of Don Julio and Elkhorn Blvds.

Go to Monthly Meetings page

for Google Map link

The Capitol City Bird Society is a nonprofit, charitable organization under Section 501.3(c) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. Donations are welcome. Contact the Capitol City Bird Society by sending an email to send a letter to our PO Box: CCBS, PO Box 41221, Sacramento, CA 95841.

The auction, which is managed annually by Debbie Heiser, begins at 7 p.m. with Blue Wrigley and Robert Brainard as our auctioneers. Among the items on the auction block are:

1. An autographed parrot training DVD donated by Barbara Heidenreich of Good Bird Inc.

2. A wall-hanging featuring birds made by a local-quilt designer who made the quilt pictured above in the slideshow with Anita Massey's afghan.

3. And a Birds of Paradise afghan crocheted by Anita Massey. A similar afghan by Anita raised more than $200 for the American Federation of Aviculture last year.

Bid on cages, toys, household items and MORE

Dessert Social and AuctioN

Friday, April 24, 2015

Get ready for another fun Dessert Social and Auction. Members and friends of the club have donated items to help make our annual fundraiser a success. Please check your closets for hidden treasures and gently used items for Capitol City's auction table.

If you find items to contribute, please bring them to the Sacramento Sewer District meeting room at 5:30 p.m., Friday, April 24th. If you want to contribute a dessert, please bring that to the district meeting room at 5:30 p.m., as well. The Sewer District building is at 5026 Don Julio Blvd. near the intersection of Don Julio and Elkhorn Boulevards.